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Eastern Ghouta recaptured by Syrian army. Control of the region vastly increases the security of the Assad regime
Over 40,000 rebels and their families have moved north to Idlib province
UN Security Council to meet over alleged chemical attack in Syria
At least 70 people including children are known to have died in the attack on the rebel-held town of Douma near the capital Damascus
Ghouta exodus continues as Syrian army strengthens grip on city
For the second successive day, thousands of rebel fighters and their families are leaving eastern Ghouta as part of a surrender deal with the government
Bashar al-Assad filmed driving to the Syrian civil war's front line
The Syrian leader met government troops fighting the remaining rebel groups in eastern Ghouta
Assad visits troops in Ghouta as civilians flee
Assad visits troops in Ghouta as civilians flee the besieged region in their tens of thousands.
Syrian regime advances on Ghouta
Syrian government tanks have advanced on Hammouriyeh. Whilst the regime pushes to reclaim the rebel held Ghouta enclave, the UN is calling for urgent civilian evacuations.
Pro-Assad forces press deeper into Eastern Ghouta
The advance comes as local authorities in the besieged rebel enclave described the situation as 'catastrophic'
Syria anniversary: 7 years of death and displacement as war rages on
As the Syrian war marks seven years on March 15 — a peaceful resolution is far from reach as the siege on Eastern Ghouta continues. Euronews speaks with Syrian refugees and asylum seekers in Europe on if they plan to return home.
Rescue group says residents flee Eastern Ghouta
The Damascus suburb is home to around 400, 000 people and has been subject to an extensive bombing campaign by forces loyal to President Assad.
'Families flee' as pro-Assad forces advance in Eastern Ghouta
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says pro-government forces have recaptured 10 percent of the embattled rebel enclave.
Syrian Army advances in eastern Ghouta
The Syrian Army advances in eastern Ghouta as international calls to respect the UN-agreed ceasefire continue
Desperate conditions in Eastern Ghouta
Euronews spoke to a local doctor and aid worker about the plight of civilians, and about their faith in prospects for desperately-needed relief.
Syria calls US bombing of over 100 pro-Assad troops a 'war crime'
Syria says it has written to the United Nations, demanding international condemnation of the US bombing attack in a rare confrontation between two sides who fought against the Islamic State.
UN: deadlock over use of chemical weapons in Syrian civil war
Russia wants a new independent investigation but the US wants to press ahead with prosecuting the Assad regime. Meanwhile chemical attacks are reportedly ongoing.
Macron: ISIL will be defeated by February
French President Emmanuel Macron, says the military campaign against ISIL in Syria should be completed in February and he would push for peace talks involving all parties in the conflict, including President Bashar al-Assad.
Aid agencies warn of humanitarian crisis of besieged Syrians
Charity officials working on the outskirts of Damascus have warned that humanitarian conditions have reached crisis levels as the Syrian government continues to block trucks carrying relief supplies from reaching badly effected areas.
UN urges for peace talks in Syria
As civilian casualties rise, the UN has urged for peace talks in Syria as Russian President Putin says their work in the country is nearly done.
Assad makes first foreign trip in over two years to thank Putin
Secret meeting in Sochi saw Russian presidnet urge al-Assad to pursue political solution more actively.
Anti-Assad group threatens to withold support without "political transition"
The Friends of Syria, which includes Britain, France, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, held a meeting on the sidelines of the UNGA
Israeli jets attack Syrian target
Syria claims Israeli jets struck a military base. Monitoring group claims the site was a chemical weapons facility.
Battle for Raqqa: those fleeing city complain of lack of food and medicine in stifling summer heat
Syrians fleeing Raqqa say a lack of resources and the grueling summer heat are making life increasingly hard. At one refugee camp, north of the
Russia announces new safe zone near Homs, Syria
Russia's defence ministry and Syria's opposition agree to create a new de-escalation zone near Homs.
US-Russian ceasefire deal 'holding' in southwest Syria
A partial truce for southwest Syria brokered by the US and Russia at the G20 mostly held firm on Sunday.
Russia warns US after Syrian fighter downed
Russia and US in a row after Syrian jet downed
Syria and Russia condemn US strikes in Tanf
Russia labels US-led air strikes near Syria's border with Jordan 'unacceptable' and a violation of Syrian sovereignty.
Syria: Rebels evacuated from besieged Damascus suburb
For the first time in Syria’s conflict, rebels and their families have been evacuated from a district of Damascus besieged by regime forces.